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Following a stellar kickoff from Harry Styles — who opened the 2021 Grammy Awards with a performance of his hit “Watermelon Sugar” — Billie Eilish delivered the second performance of the night.

She chose the melodic and meaningful “Everything I Wanted,” which is up for three Grammys tonight, including record and song of the year.

For the performance, Eilish channeled her self-directed music video in which she and Finneas are driving in a car that’s later submerged underwater. Tonight, she stood atop a car made to look as if it were half under the floorboards as one headlight blinked to the beat. Meanwhile, Finneas (on keys) and her drummer performed behind her on stage.

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Last year, Eilish swept the Grammys, taking home five awards including all of the big four (best new artist, plus record, song and album of the year).

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